“Hogs n Hens for Hope” will be held Saturday, October 17th from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m at the Duplin County Events Center in Kenansville.
Among the special features of this event is an NCPC (North Carolina Pork Council) sanctioned BBQ cook-off featuring some of the finest BBQ chefs in the region competing against each other.
A hog will be provided to each team, and the pork cook-off will be judged according to NCPC regulations. Judges will choose three winners who will qualify to win cash prizes and enter the North Carolina Barbecue Championship for the next two years.
Chicken and turkey will also be on the barbecue grill with all the traditional fixin’s, and there will be plenty of beer and wine to wash it all down and quench your thirst.
The Duplin County Events Center is located on HWY 11 in Kenansville across from James Sprunt Community College within a few miles of HWY 24, HWY 903, HWY 50 and Interstate 40.
General admission is only $15 for adults and kids under 5 are FREE!
Tickets to “Hogs n Hens for Hope” are available through Ticketmaster or at the Duplin County Events Center on Saturday, October 17. To register for the motorcycle ride, call Bill Johnson (910) 289-8407. For further information visit http://www.Lazarex.org.
“Hogs n Hens for Hope” is the first major fund-raiser for the recently
launched North Carolina chapter of Lazarex Cancer Foundation